Sunset Cinema

2nd Friday of the month

Monthly movies in the Rangatahi Hub

Members only. We operate an annual membership because we have non-commercial screening rights, and must screen to members only. Your annual subscription contributes to venue hire, programming services and administration costs. Doors open at 7pm and you can purchase a beverage and a slice of fabulous Italian cake or focaccia, have a chat and sometimes hear live music. Films screen from 7.30pm. Carterton Film Society is run totally by volunteers. We need people to be ushers, deliver advertising materials and so on. If you’d like to join the organising committee or help in any way, let us know below, we’d love to have you on board!


A range of membership options

For more info visit:

Sunset Cinema


The Rangatahi Hub
Carterton Events Centre
Holloway Street
(Enter via Lane beside Carters)




All rooms at the Rangatahi Hub are accessible by wheelchair. If the raised seating block is being used, access for wheelchairs is available through the auditorium entry doors and seating is available on the lower level of the seating block.

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